Monthly Archives: June 2013

The WWRL Newsletter For June 2013 is Now Available to Download

Summer is finally here, even if the beautiful weather hasn’t stuck around for it. In this month’s edition of the newsletter we have details on the best summer reads, ready for your holiday. While at the Words Worth Reading Ltd … Continue reading

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The Top Summer Reads 2013

As usual, it looks like we are in for another typical British summer, well for the next few weeks anyway. It is still cold and wet outside, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your summer reading ready for your … Continue reading

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Winners of the Northern Writers Awards Announced

22 writers have shared a £40,000 prize pot in the Northern Writers Awards, available for the first time to writers from all over the north of England. In previous years the Northern Writers Awards were only available to writers from … Continue reading

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First Million-Copy Selling Author for Amazon Publishing

This week has seen the first million-copy selling author for Amazon Publishing. The author is Oliver Pötzsch and his Hangman’s Daughter series has sold over a million copies of three titles between print, ebook and audio-book sales. The ebooks have made the … Continue reading

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A Call to Simplify Urgent Care Within the NHS

A review of NHS services in England says there needs to be a much simpler and co-ordinated system of round-the-clock urgent and emergency care. The review  was led by NHS medical director Sir Bruce Keogh. It says there should be … Continue reading

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The CQC Wants Your Feedback on Their Inspection Services

The CQC is carrying out a consultation to get your feedback on the plans they have developed to help ensure that people receive high-quality care. The role of the CQC is to make sure health and social care services provide … Continue reading

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Writers & Artists How to Get Published Conference, 6th July

The Man Booker Prize-winning author Howard Jacobson will speak at the Writers & Artist How to Get Published Conference on Saturday 6th July. The conference will take place on Saturday 6th July from 09:30 – 17:00 at Senate House, London. The day … Continue reading

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Writers & Artists Announce the Winner of the ‘Introduce Your Villain’ Competition

A few months ago now we advertised this thrilling writing competition from Writers & Artists. ‘Introduce Your Villian’ required enthusiastic writers to grip the judges with a short piece, describing the moment when we meet the villain of their story. … Continue reading

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Our Summary of the Information Governance Review

The Information Governance Review was published in March 2013. The aim of the review is to ensure the delivery of the best care possible to every citizen, and to address the issue that not all of those involved in providing … Continue reading

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